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Colorado Review Spring 2014 Digital (PDF)

Mar, 10 2014 | no responses

It’s a little like saying you don’t like apple pie or puppies or brown paper packages tied up with strings, but I don’t really care for springtime in the Rockies. It’s too unpredictable, too capricious. One gloriously sunny day you think you’ll pack away your heavy coat, gloves, and sweaters; the next day you’re scraping three inches of snow from your windshield, the eager bulbs that emerged just days before now frostbitten and chagrined by their early arrival.

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2013

Dec, 05 2013 | no responses

With every fall/winter issue, we have the sincere pleasure of featuring the winner of the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction. This year marks the prize’s tenth anniversary—a bittersweet note, as it has given us both a venue to showcase outstanding fiction writing and a way to honor the memory of an alumna and friend, Liza [...]

Colorado Review Fall/Winter 2013 Digital (PDF)

Dec, 04 2013 | no responses

This digital edition of the Fall 2013 issue features all of the great content of the print version. It comes as an Adobe PDF that is compatible with Adobe Acrobat and its included text-to-speech reader. We’ll email the PDF directly to your Paypal email address. If you would like your digital issue sent to an [...]

Colorado Review Summer 2013

Jul, 12 2013 | no responses

Even though I’ve been anticipating its return ever since late September, I find that I must still re-orient myself to summer, or rather to my world in summer. The vibrant light of the longer days, the heat, and the change in pace sometimes render the familiar slightly strange. The stories and essays of this issue [...]

Colorado Review Summer 2013 Digital (PDF)

Jul, 11 2013 | no responses

 This digital edition of the Spring 2013 issue features all of the great content of the print version. It comes as an Adobe PDF that is compatible with Adobe Acrobat and its included text-to-speech reader. We’ll email the PDF directly to your Paypal email address. If you would like your digital issue sent to an [...]

Colorado Review, Spring 2013

Feb, 26 2013 | no responses

It seems fitting that, as we enter our fortieth volume year (we are really fifty-seven, having been launched in 1956, but who’s counting?), the stories and essays featured in this issue are all situated in youth. For the narrator of Thomas Cain’s “Stop,” an abandoned house serves as the locus of adolescent uncertainty, romantic experimentation, [...]

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